Synopsis by Nathan Southern
A film that begins as a raunchy Bollywood sex farce and evolves into a gritty psychological thriller, Sunjay S. Zaveri's Fun. . . Can Be Dangerous Sometimes (2005) opens with a trio of thrill-seeking, ennui-ridden housewives plotting and scheming to indulge in a torrid game of "husband swapping" on a beach vacation. Unsurprisingly, the husbands each concur; one, Aryan (Siddarth Koirala), falls in love with a girl named Megha (Henna Rehman) whom he saves from drowning. He fails to realize, however, that she's married to the wealthy tycoon Raj (Aryan Vaid) - albeit grossly unhappily. When the couples return to the city, horrid violence begins to plague Raj and Megha - Raj survives numerous attacks on his life, and Megha turns up dead. Naturally, Aryan is the foremost suspect - though it remains unclear if he is guilty, or if someone else bears responsibility.
murder, scheme, tycoon, wife, drowning